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Paris-based all-in-one expense claim management service Spendesk has added another €100 million to an already impressive Series C round, now at €200 million, we reported on back in July. In doing so, the company now obtains unicorn status, valued at over $1 billion. By automating a number of repetitive,
Paris-based all-in-one expense claim management service Spendesk has raised €100 million in a Series C round, its largest to date. By automating a number of repetitive, day-to-day administrative tasks, the startup aims to unlock untapped potential in finance teams, allowing them to be more proactive than reactive, and provide
Spendesk, a Paris-based spend management platform for SMBs, has announced an $18 million extension to its Series B round last year, closing the round at $38 million. The fresh investment, which came entirely from Eight Roads Ventures, brings the startup’s total fundraising to $68.5 million since it launched from
Spend management startup Spendesk has secured a Series A round of €8 million led by Index Ventures to further its product development and expand into more markets. Other participants in the round included a number of business angels that have previously invested in the company: Michael Benabou (cofounder of
Paris-based fintech startup Spendesk has raised €2 million in a seed round from Kima Ventures, FundersClub, and several angel investors including Edward Lando, Nicolas Steegmann, and Frédéric Montagnon. During March and June of last year, Spendesk was in beta with a number of customers such as Birchbox, AB Tasty,
Happy Friday! This week, the research team tracked more than 115 tech funding deals worth over €2.4 billion, and over 30 exits, M&A transactions, and rumours, and related news stories across Europe, including Russia and Turkey. As always, we are putting all of them together for you in a handy list sent in
France-based e-signature solution Yousign has acquired Canyon, a document and workflows automation specialist. The first acquisition by Yousign comes on the back of its 30-million Series A round seven months earlier. The Caen-headquartered company is looking at expanding beyond its core e-signature solution and offer document automation to better